Ansley Gilpin

Ansley Tullos Gilpin, Associate Professor

192 Gordon Palmer Hall | (205) 348-9903 | agilpin@ua.edu

http://atullos.people.ua.edu/

  • fantasy orientation and pretend play
  • executive functions
  • school readiness
  • children's use of testimony (information from other people) to learn about the world
  • imaginary companions (mean and nice)
  • children's understanding of fantasy/reality,
  • development of religiosity
  • pretend play's role in early childhood intervention (ASD)